Tag Archives: Spain
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How This Entrepreneur’s One Way Ticket Turned Into A Creative Startup

BY WENDY HUNG Evona Niewiadomska and I first met within Boston’s startup community years ago. I was working as a Marketing Director for a social network based in San Francisco, and she was managing a coworking space for entrepreneurs in Boston. I flew to the East Coast frequently, hosting events and Evona was always such a joy […]

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Because Time Passes More Slowly In Spain

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Flickr/Arjan Richter All foreigners alike are appalled by their inefficiency, above all their maddening unpunctuality. The one Spanish word that no foreigner can avoid is mañana – ‘tomorrow’. Whenever it is conceivably possible, the business of today is put off until mañana – Orwell People all over the world have heard […]

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How To Picnic Your Way Around Europe

BY NADIA CHO For those backpacking through Europe on a budget, spending money on food can get pretty pricey if you’re looking to sample local cuisines at every stop. A great way to cut down on meal costs and try regional food is to buy separate items from vendors and picnic once a day rather […]

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Wanna Perfect Your Tapas? Try This Barcelona Cooking School

BY TEAM JST You’ve seen it on Tripadvisor, and you’ve read the reviews on Yelp. If you’re in Barcelona, you know this is the cooking school you wanna venture! Barcelona Cooking is a recreational cooking school offering daily hands-on Spanish cooking classes, as well as food and market tours and has achieved this recognition based on […]

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Best Of Barcelona: An Unforgettable Excursion On The Mediterranean

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY While it’s fun to do the usual shopping, food tasting, and sight seeing in a big city, the best travel experiences are often made away from the commotion and flood of tourists. One of the most foolproof ways to enjoy a place is to venture into the great outdoors and revel in […]

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A Journey Along The Infamous El Camino de Santiago

BY JERRY LEON Jesús Pérez Pacheco via Flickr El Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James or St. James’s Way) is a pilgrimage to the shrine of St. James the Great, housed in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, located in Galicia of northwestern Spain. As one of the three most revered pilgrimages of Christendom […]

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4 Killer Cheap Eats And Gathering Hubs In Madrid

BY NADIA CHO There are always endless options when it comes to eating and drinking in Madrid. The entire country of Spain is renowned for its food culture consisting of bite-sized tapas and pinchos, and there is nothing more beautiful than being handed a plate of food every time you order a drink. Thus, eating […]

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